Louisville offensive tackle Mekhi Becton was one of the biggest stars of the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine but now he faces scrutiny and, potentially, falling draft stock just days before the draft.
Jalen Hurts' remarkable intangibles and versatility make him the easy captain of this year's squad but who joins him on offense? The answers may surprise you.
The COVID-19 outbreak canceled the Combine re-checks, so NFL teams are giving prospects an opportunity to prove their health prior to the draft.
We take a look at the standout players from each position who saw their draft stock rise considerably.
NFL Draft Scout is on location at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine
Michigan's Devin Bush set the bar high at 4.44 but LSU's Butkus Award winner beat his namesake by a hair.
Draft’s top position group lives up to billing with stellar numbers from Sweat, Rashan Gary, Brian Burns and many more.
The 6-4, 342 pound run-stuffer’s day is over after suffering an injury while running the 40-yard dash.